For the former coach of Paris Saint-Germain, Luis Fernandez, the midfielder, Marco Verratti, must take the example of Thiago Alcântara.
After his failed entry into the Champions League final against Bayern Munich, Marco Verratti has drawn criticism from several observers. Asked by France Football on the contribution of the Italian in the Parisian game, Luis Fernandez did not hesitate to scratch the native of Pescara. “In the middle, Verratti must do more, said the former French international. He has been there for a long time but has not become the technical leader like Thiago Alcantara is at Bayern. Yet he has incredible technical qualities. He must be 100% in his sport, be more in the simplicity on the field. “
“We must keep Tuchel”
In another register, Luis Fernandez evoked the future of the German technician, Thomas Tuchel, at PSG. The former coach of Borussia Dortmund is the real leader of the Parisian group according to the sports consultant. “We have to keep Tuchel, of course. He improved the group and took them to the C1 final, which is Qatar’s goal, said the former Paris coach. The stars of the workforce adhere to his speech. They scramble, relocate, etc. This is proof that they are fully into the project. He has control over the players and has created a strong group on a human level, within which a true friendship reigns. “
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